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1995 FIA Touring Car World Cup

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1995 FIA Touring Car World Cup
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The 1995 FIA Touring Car World Cup was the third and final running of the FIA Touring Car World Cup. It was held on 15 October 1995 at the Circuit Paul Ricard in France. Frank Biela won the event overall with a win and a second place in the two races, with Audi and BMW cars dominating both races.

Entry list

No Driver Entrant Car 1995 Championship
1 Germany Roland Asch Ford Team Eggenberger Ford Mondeo Super Tourenwagen Cup
2 Czech Republic Vaclav Bervid Bervid Sport Styling BMW 318iS Czech Republic Touring Car Championship
3 Germany Frank Biela Racing Organisation Course Audi A4 Super Tourenwagen Cup
4 Belgium Thierry Boutsen Ford Team Schubel Ford Mondeo
5 Australia David Brabham BMW Motorsport BMW 318iS British Touring Car Championship
6 South Africa Michael Briggs Opel Racing Opel Vectra South African Touring Car Championship
7 United Kingdom Kelvin Burt Valvoline Team Mondeo Ford Mondeo British Touring Car Championship
8 Czech Republic Milos Bychl BMW Team Bychl BMW 318iS Czech Republic Touring Car Championship
9 Italy Rinaldo Capello Audi Sport Italia Audi A4 Italian Superturismo Championship
10 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto BMW Motorsport BMW 318iS British Touring Car Championship
11 United Kingdom John Cleland Vauxhall Sport Vauxhall Cavalier
12 Italy Roberto Colciago RC Motorsport Opel Vectra Italian Superturismo Championship
13 France Alain Cudini Opel France Opel Vectra French Supertouring Championship
14 Germany Armin Hahne Honda Team Linder Honda Accord Super Tourenwagen Cup
15 United Kingdom Tim Harvey Volvo 850 Racing Volvo 850 British Touring Car Championship
16 Switzerland Johnny Hauser Ford Team Eggenberger Ford Mondeo Super Tourenwagen Cup
17 France Éric Hélary Opel France Opel Vectra French Supertouring Championship
18 United Kingdom Will Hoy Renault Dealer Racing Renault Laguna British Touring Car Championship
19 Czech Republic Josef Kopecky Motorsport Kopecky Ford Mondeo Czech Republic Touring Car Championship
20 Netherlands Peter Kox BMW Motorsport Team Schnitzer BMW 318iS Super Tourenwagen Cup
21 Czech Republic Otakar Kramsky Autosport Kramsky BMW 318iS Czech Republic Touring Car Championship
22 United Kingdom David Leslie Honda Team MSD Honda Accord British Touring Car Championship
23 Germany Sascha Maassen Nissan Primera Racing Nissan Primera Super Tourenwagen Cup
24 Switzerland Alain Menu Renault Dealer Racing Renault Laguna British Touring Car Championship
25 Czech Republic Josef Michl Michl Motorsport BMW 318iS Czech Republic Touring Car Championship
26 France Yvan Muller BMW Team Fina BMW 318iS French Supertouring Championship
27 Italy Emanuele Naspetti BMW Italia BMW 318iS Italian Superturismo Championship
28 United Kingdom Matt Neal Team Dynamics Ford Mondeo British Touring Car Championship
29 Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz Honda Team Linder Honda Accord Super Tourenwagen Cup
30 Spain Luis Pérez-Sala Team Repsol Nissan Nissan Primera Spanish Touring Car Championship
31 Italy Emanuele Pirro Audi Sport Italia Audi A4 Italian Superturismo Championship
32 New Zealand Paul Radisich Valvoline Team Mondeo Ford Mondeo British Touring Car Championship
33 Italy Roberto Ravaglia BMW Motorsport Team Bigazzi BMW 318iS Super Tourenwagen Cup
34 United Kingdom Anthony Reid Opel Japan Opel Vectra Japanese Touring Car Championship
35 Sweden Rickard Rydell Volvo 850 Racing Volvo 850 British Touring Car Championship
36 United Kingdom Steve Soper BMW Motorsport Team Schnitzer BMW 318iS Japanese Touring Car Championship
37 Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck AZK Team Schneider Audi A4 Super Tourenwagen Cup
38 Italy Gabriele Tarquini Alfa Corse Alfa Romeo 155 Italian Superturismo Championship
39 Belgium Eric van de Poele Team Repsol Nissan Nissan Primera Spanish Touring Car Championship
40 Germany Joachim Winkelhock BMW Motorsport Team Schnitzer BMW 318iS Super Tourenwagen Cup




Championship standings

Scoring system

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th
Points 40 30 24 20 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Drivers' standings

Pos Driver[1] Race
1 Germany Frank Biela 1 2 70
2 Italy Emanuele Pirro 7 1 54
3 United Kingdom Steve Soper 2 3 54
4 France Yvan Muller 3 4 44
5 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto 4 6 35
6 United Kingdom Kelvin Burt 6 13 23
7 Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz 12 8 22
8 Germany Armin Hahne 11 9 22
9 Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck 5 Ret 16
Switzerland Alain Menu Ret 5 16
11 Italy Rinaldo Capello Ret 7 14
12 Germany Joachim Winkelhock 8 Ret 13
13 Germany Roland Asch 17 12 13
14 Australia David Brabham 9 Ret 12
15 Sweden Rickard Rydell 10 Ret 11
United Kingdom Anthony Reid Ret 10 11
17 Italy Gabriele Tarquini Ret 11 10
18 France Alain Cudini 13 Ret 8
19 Italy Roberto Ravaglia 14 Ret 7
United Kingdom Will Hoy Ret 14 7
21 Netherlands Peter Kox 15 Ret 6
United Kingdom Matt Neal Ret 15 6
23 Belgium Eric van de Poele 21 16 5
24 United Kingdom John Cleland 16 Ret 5
25 New Zealand Paul Radisich Ret 17 4
26 United Kingdom Tim Harvey 18 20 4
27 Germany Sascha Maassen 22 18 3
28 Italy Roberto Colciago 23 19 2
29 Switzerland Johnny Hauser 19 Ret 2
30 South Africa Michael Briggs 20 Ret 1
31 Czech Republic Vaclav Bervid 26 21
32 Czech Republic Milos Bychl 25 22
33 Czech Republic Josef Kopecky 24 23
34 Czech Republic Otakar Kramsky 28 24
35 Belgium Thierry Boutsen 29 25
36 Spain Luis Pérez-Sala 27 Ret
France Éric Hélary Ret Ret
United Kingdom David Leslie Ret Ret
Czech Republic Josef Michl Ret Ret
Italy Emanuele Naspetti DNS DNS
Pos Driver Race
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Manufacturers' Trophy

Pos Manufacturer Points
1 Germany Audi 126
2 Germany BMW 98
3 Japan Honda 44
4 United States Ford 36
5 France Renault 23
6 Germany Opel 16
7 Sweden Volvo 15
8 Japan Nissan 8

Manufactures Points System

  • Top two best results of every Manufactures for each race.


  1. ^ "FIA Touring Car World Cup: 93-95 - Three years of huge fields - TouringCarTimes". TouringCarTimes. 2014-01-19.
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